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 Post subject: TWG on home server slow
PostPosted: 25. Mar 2013, 18:12 
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I have nginx running on ubuntu 12.04 on a local server. My page load times are really slow. Is there any way I can speed this up? I am just testing right now, I plan to notify my users when everything is up and running (read: family).

I have wandered through the FAQs and howtos, and changed some settings, netting a slight speed increase. But not really where I want it to be.

Is there a 'detailed' configuration write-up on the options available, their settings, and what they do?

I can supply the url, and my config files if requested


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PostPosted: 25. Mar 2013, 20:51 
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There is a howto about optimizing TWG for speed. But you could provide some more details like how many images/folder you have and so on...

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PostPosted: 26. Mar 2013, 04:57 
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Currently, it is browsing through my entire photo collection. BUT, I am going to strip alot of them out when I actually publish the site.
The entire structure is only 2 or 3 folders deep.
Folder stats as reported by windoze: 4,569 Files, 69 Folders = 13.1Gb on disk.

My configuration is as follows:
TWG installation check for TWG 1.8.9
PHP version >= 4.3.0 Yes (5.3.10-1ubuntu3.6)
- XML support Available
- GD lib support Available
- GD lib >= 2.0 Yes (2.0)
- imagecreatetruecolor Available
- Memory limit Very Good (128M)
- Max resolution ~ 5089 x 3821
- Rotate available Available
- Text watermark Available
- Remote jpg support Available
- File Uploads Available
- Upload max filesize 32M (howto)
Session Available
- session.save_path /var/lib/php5
Javascript Available
fsockopen (howto) Available
Image Magick Support Available
ffmpeg Support Available
ffmpeg video convert Available


Directory and File Permissions
cache/ Writeable
counter/ Writeable
xml/ Writeable
admin/_config/.htusers.php Writeable
TWG folder Writeable
config.php Unwriteable
my_config.php Writeable
my_style.css Writeable
Recomended Settings
Directive Recommended Actual
Safe Mode: OFF: OFF
Display Errors: ON: OFF
File Uploads: ON: ON
Magic Quotes GPC: ON: OFF
Magic Quotes Runtime: OFF: OFF
Register Globals: ON/OFF: OFF
Output Buffering: OFF: OFF
Session auto start: OFF: OFF


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PostPosted: 26. Mar 2013, 15:05 
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define slow. are all the thumbnails and preview images are already created?
Because folders where they have still to be created are of course slow...

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PostPosted: 26. Mar 2013, 16:05 
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How would I go about forcing the creation of the thumbnails, without a page view, and without crashing nginx/php-fastcgi?


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PostPosted: 26. Mar 2013, 16:37 
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you can do this in the administration.

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PostPosted: 3. Apr 2013, 00:30 
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could you document how to create thumbs directly (i.e. not with the web interface) using imagemagick? I think going via php is extremely slow compared to running a dedicated batch job.
Having my apache at 100% CPU is not fun...


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PostPosted: 3. Apr 2013, 09:31 
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you would have to create them with the same naming like I do.

But you can enable image magic in TWG as well!

Thumbnails are created only once. So it should not be on 100% so long.

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